Wadumaduwa

Carpentry played a key role in Sri Lankan architecture, since sophisticated wooden buildings were found from the 3rd century onwards. This cottage represents the lifestyle of a carpenter in a village and gives the sensation of how carpentry helped spawn massive constructions in the past centuries in Sri Lanka. The axe, adze and chisel are common tools used in native timber work. With most of its furniture made out of wood, including the steps, Wadumaduwa is in the middle of the swamp. Situated far from all the other cabanas, it is an ideal hideout. The bed, the cupboard and chairs are made out of wood while the walls are of clay. The colours are soothing shades of green, orange and blue, adding a touch of greenery and wood.

 

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Wadumaduwa

Carpentry played a key role in Sri Lankan architecture, since sophisticated wooden buildings were found from the 3rd century onwards. This cottage rep

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